- Jul 27, 2017
- Reaction score
Just love listening to the song. Still not into the way Satoshi smile as he dances.
OMG, I'm not the only one who thought that! That was literally my thought when I first heard this, I started thinking of Getter Ban Ban.By the way, is it just me or this sounds a lot like Getta Ban Ban? I swear the melody even has some identical notes at some point.
Late February maybe? I'd expect each version of the opening, as well as the ending, to last around a season (in the Japanese anime/drama sense of 12-14 episodes, not the dub sense). If it was a new song I would expect more advance notice, but not for a new cover version.I wonder when we're gonna get the next version...
Takanori Nishikawa said:What!? It's been decided that I'll sing the theme song for the Pocket Monsters anime!
At first, the offer came out of the blue. Thinking "why me," I wondered if it was a good idea or not, but since Mafumafu-kun requested it, I decided to humbly accept.
Also, I asked Kiryuin to play Soraru-kun's part this time. It seems that Kiryuin-kun has always said that he respects me too, but unfortunately, I don't get that sense at all...
Anyway, that aside, as "Nishikawa-kun and Kirisho," I'd like to take the baton passed to us from After the Rain and keep it going. Thank you for your support.
And from the series director:Shō Kiryūin said:I'm very honored to have been asked to sing the opening theme "One, Two, Three" for the Pocket Monsters anime with Takanori Nishikawa.
When I sang "Aim to Be a Pokémon Master" on Kōhaku, the fans were overjoyed to hear me sing it. I'm glad to be involved with Pocket Monsters once again.
Thank you for letting me sing "One, Two, Three," a very nice song, and I'm looking forward to seeing it on the air!
Daiki Tomiyasu said:We're very happy to have two of the best in the world join us for the rock arrangement of "One, Two, Three."
I was blown away when I heard the finished song!
We've made a cool, completely new video that matches the tone of the song, so I hope you'll look forward to the first broadcast!
There better be new animation to go with it...